Hi all, I don't normally like to turn up to forums and post a question out of the blue. But I am stuck here We got our FR-V (2005 2.2 I-CDTI) a few months ago and have been loving it! However there has been this shake whilst accelerating that has been playing on my mind. It can be quite fearce at times too! I took it to the mechanic and he tells me there is a lot of play in the offside (drivers side) driveshaft. I ordered a new (recon) drivesharft from a retailer who got it supplied by ShatfTec. The mechanic went to fit it but immediately told me that this was the wrong side. The one they gave me has two male ends, one to the wheel hub and one to the gear box. So I phoned shafttec and they tell me that I have to remove the end pod from my current driveshaft and put that onto the new driveshaft. Last night the mechanic went at it again, completely removed the old driveshaft and changed the end pods, but the end pod off the old one was the wrong size for the new one and it didnt move as it needs to (or at all). I'm trying to understand where this has gone wrong, ShaftTec are telling me that the one they provided is the correct one, but the mechanic is telling me that it should have a female end as it connects to a sort of extension from the gear box. I'm aware of this sort of extension set up from other cars, the mechanic says that this one is not removable and the new driveshaft should have a female end to connect to it and the only male end should go to the wheel hub. TL;DR - Does anyone have a picture of the N/S and O/S driveshafts for a 2005 Honda FR-V Diesel? Sorry for the massive question right off the bat. Hopefully someone can help or has some knowledge of this! Thanks in advance!